Sunday, March 22, 2009

Tip: Buy Stock in Dannebrog Manufacturers

Danish flag burningEven in these troubled economic times, the savvy investor will want to get in on the ground floor with the Danish flagmaking industry, because there’s about to be a run on its product.

Butane lighters are safe bet, too.

You see, the decision has been made at last: Geert Wilders has been invited the International Conference on Extremism in Copenhagen, at the behest of the Danish Muslim politician Naser Khader.

Here’s the story from today’s Jyllands-Posten, as translated by our ever-alert Danish correspondent Kepiblanc:

Khader Invites Wilders to conference

Geert WildersThe controversial Dutch film director and politician Geert Wilders will be invited to the government’s upcoming ‘International Conference on Extremism’. Geert Wilders’ name is on the list of speakers presented to Minister of Integration, Birthe Roenn Hornbech.

“Geert Wilders isn’t exactly my cup of tea. But as opposed to our political adversaries, the caving-in politicians and opinionators, we dare to invite him. Even if I disagree profoundly with him. It’s called freedom of expression,” says Naser Khader.

Great Britain recently banned Geert Wilders from entering after the House of Lords invited him to discuss his Islam-critical movie Fitna. A movie that PM Anders Fogh Rasmussen condemned. On the other hand, the Danish People’s Party and the Conservative Party demanded that Geert Wilders’ name be on the list of invitees.
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The conference — part of the Danish Parliament’s financial agreement — was until recently on hold while the minister of integration, Birthe Roenn Hornbech, waited for the final list, with names such as British author Salman Rushdie and Dutch human rights activist Hirsi Ali on it.

“The Battle of Values is the battle of our time. We can not afford to lose it. Under no circumstances must it be forgotten now, even if PM Rasmussen is about to leave us,” says Naser Khader.

[Rasmussen is a nominee for Secretary General of NATO — but it all depends on NATO-member Turkey — and I doubt Turkey will be pleased with Denmark, if it ever was. — translator]

So stock up on Dannebrog while you can. The Arabs and Turks of the “Muslim street” will be paying top dollar — er, kroner — for it soon.

And, while you’re at it, visit Take a look — you’ll probably be surprised where it’s located.


Henrik R Clausen said...

I'm doing what I can to insult some 'Turkishness' these weeks, before the NATO summit. Also has to do with messing up their application for the European Union.

There are lots of incriminating articles about Turkey at EuropeNews. To help insult some Turkishness, please pick and republish.

Czechmade said...

Old Mohammad was very good in insulting the Turks - googgle the hadith - he could not anticipate the Turks joining his cult of course...

Mohammad did describe the Turks as Kazakhs or Kyrghyz...I am afraid the modern Turks are not Turks ar all.

Henrik R Clausen said...

Genetically, many are possibly Greek / Armenian / Assyrian etc...

But they have, over generations, been forced to adopt Turkishness in order to get out of the dhimmi system imposed on them by the Turks who came out of central Asia.

Czechmade said...

Yes, but the Turkish is an infidel creation.

Maybe we should supply them with some new/old identity/philosophy and show them we are better conspirators than Jews or Americans and other "powers" around.

You read German, look at this article

zebulon9 said...

Every citizen should be a soldier. This was the case with the Greeks and Romans, and must be that of every free state. (Thomas Jefferson)

Don't forGeert Wilders!
Stop talking, start acting.
Isn't Geert's freedom worth a stamp?

If Geert Wilders falls, then Freedom of speech is dead in Europe. We are launching an extensive International Action SITA including two possible texts ; one comparing Wilders and Winston Churchill and another Wilders and Charlie Chaplin:

To support Geert Wilders and our dearly acquired freedoms please participate to the 2 suggested actions and transmit this message to your friends owners of a website in order they publish it.

An other way to support Geert Wilders is to give some money. To donate: